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Age: 39 Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Public Policy from Duke University. Career History: Dunion originally wanted to run for office, but a year working on Capitol Hill fixed that. She worked for DC-based U.S. Newswire and then moved to Burson-Marsteller, doing PR work for Motorola. She relocated to Singapore with Fleischman-Hillard to do PR work for Intel in the Philippines. She returned to D.C., working two years for Sideware, a now-defunct CRM company. Dunion became CEA’s PR Director in 2002. In 2004, while pregnant with her second child, CEA promoted Dunion to her current position, giving her responsibility for all PR and

It's important to be creative to reach the mobile navigation consumer and close the sale By Janet Pinkerton If a salesperson has only a minute to get a customer engaged in a mobile navigation demonstration, what can he or she do? Jim Yamasaki, Kenwood's navigation product manager, suggests, "Ask what their address is and then punch it in and show them the view of the area where they live. They'll be blown away in 30 seconds when they see how detailed the mapping is—it's pretty cool." Know your product in detail, Yamasaki urges. "When customers are purchasing a $3,500 to $4,000 navigation

Hewlett Packard Plays Imaging Options Six new SKUs shipping from Hewlett Packard feature new digital imaging options--both on the computer and on the Internet. The HP Message Board, available in the new The HP Pavilion PC 6300 and 8300 Series, enables users to easily add audio, animations and digital images to their e-mail messages or postings to a private bulletin board. The HP 8300 series features a front serial port for easy connection of digital cameras. New Pavilion price points range from $999 (300MHz AMD K6-2) to $2,029 (400MHz Pentium II with MMX). The 8300 Series Pavilions will be available to all HP retail partners,

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